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Sudan’s Armed Opposition 2014 – the main groups By D.K. Thompson This post is part three of a three-part series. Click here to visit Part 1 – Sudan’s Incumbents or Part 2 – Political Opposition Parties This article continues our exploration of political forces in preparation for Sudan’s elections scheduled for April 2015. Sudan has […]
Sudan Elections 2015: A Brief Who is Who. Part 2: Sudan’s Opposition Parties for the 2015 Elections (Main Parties) (Back to Part 1) Sudan’s 2015 elections are scheduled for April, despite calls from Sudan’s opposition parties to postpone the decision in order to provide more time for the “national dialogue” that began in January 2014 […]
Sudan Elections 2015: A Brief Who is Who Part 1: The National Congress Party and the Islamic Movement (focusing on ruling party and leadership since Sudan’s 2010 elections) Sudan’s 2015 elections are scheduled for April, despite calls from opposition movements to postpone the decision in order to provide more time for the “national dialogue” that […]
As the Abyei Referendum High Committee proceeds with a referendum vote in Abyei this week, both Khartoum and Juba are up in arms – Khartoum because not only are the Misseriya not voting; the unilateral referendum is being held when the Misseriya are for the most part not even present in Abyei. Juba has distanced […]
MEDIA-REPORTED conflict in Darfur, Kordofan, and border areas between North and South Sudan, December 1-17, 2012. Please note that the focus of this map is visualizing what is reported in the media, not creating a complete and comprehensive list of armed conflicts. Some reports remain unconfirmed.
Please note that conflicts are those reported in the media outlets that we follow. The list may not be comprehensive and may contain conflicts unconfirmed by multiple sources.
MEDIA-REPORTED conflict in Darfur, Kordofan, and border areas between North and South Sudan, April 16-21, 2013. Please note that the focus of this exercise is visualizing what is reported in the media, not creating a comprehensive list of media. Many of the reports remain unconfirmed.